Approaching a birth chart without an accurate birth time can be a stumbling block for both clients and astrologers alike.
For the client, they might be wondering what astrology can offer when you don’t have a known birth time.
For the astrologer, this means you need to use different tools in your astrological kit.
Sensitive emotions may rise and fall as soulful Neptune triggers this lunation. Logic and reason may be overcome by intuition or your gut instinct. The nebulous nature of Neptune prefers to err on the side of fantasy and imagination. If things don’t make much sense under the Full Moon, accept that and allow your feelings to guide you.
That is one of the reasons I love astrology. It can help us describe the nature of time. Although the topic of this blog post is the Full Moon, it’s impossible to discuss this lunation without outlining the current Mercury/Saturn tango.
Here is what one of my current students has said:
“As you already know I have been to a LOT of workshops over the last 4-5 years but none that have started at the beginning so while I can understand a lot of the terms used eg Houses Planets and Signs I never could grasp the full concept until I attended yours.”
The Balsamic phase is about closure and completion. Rather than initiating new projects, what can you put to bed in time for the fresh start the New Moon on Saturday morning promises? You may feel increased energy and motivation under the dynamic Aries Moon. Use this to focus on lingering tasks you may be procrastinating on and get them done.